Environmental Policy Statement
Unidec is committed to reducing its environmental impact, as a business as well as a member of the community. The very nature of our business, repairing industrial electronics, is our greatest environmental effort. By repairing products that might otherwise be discarded, we are keeping these industrial electronics out of landfills. With clients located all over the world, this environmental effort extends worldwide.
Unidec pledges to:
- Meet or exceed all applicable local, state, and federal government standards with regard to environment, health, and safety
- Provide and maintain a safe, healthy workplace for all employees
- Reduce use and consumption of natural resources
- Reuse products and materials whenever possible (cardboard/boxes, bubble wrap, packing peanuts, etc.)
- Recycle all acceptable materials via local single-stream collection (paper, plastic, cardboard, aluminum)
- Recycle all batteries, circuit boards, and other electronic products (E-waste) as required by local, state and federal regulations
- Minimize purchase and use of solvents/chemicals used for cleaning and identify alternative products that are safer and more environmentally responsible
- Provide safety and environmental training to all employees to ensure understanding, competency, and compliance.
Unidec will continually evaluate and update all environmental and safety policies and procedures as needed. We will make every effort to ensure that our business operations are conducted in an environmentally responsible manner.
PAPER, CARDBOARD, ALUMINUM, PLASTIC
Everyday recyclable materials are collected via single-stream by Republic Services.
Unidec recycles all rechargeable batteries via Call2Recycle®, a certified battery recycler based in Atlanta, Georgia. Call2Recycle® seeks third-party certification to meet the highest standards of responsible recycling, and is a member of CHWMEG for independent third-party auditing of facilities. In addition, Call2Recycle is the first battery recycling program to obtain Responsible Recycling© (R2) certification and e-Stewards recognition by the Basel Action Network (BAN).
Unidec recycles all circuit boards, motors, power supplies, metal chassis, computers, monitors, and other electronics via eForce Compliance, a local certified recycler located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. eForce Compliance is the seventh electronic recycling firm nationwide to obtain the R2, e-Stewards, and ISO 14001 certifications. In addition, eForce Compliance is an EPA Sustainability Partnership Program Member.
Unidec recycles all other scrap metal via Source Technologies, a local scrap dealer/collector located in Warminster, PA as needed.